Instapundit, the law professor who has no time to teach, posts this uninformative link:
JOURNALISTIC MALPRACTICE at The Christian Science Monitor. They're usually better than that.
I quote in full. The link in question leads to another blogger discussing allegations that Mitt Romney, who has about as much chance of winning the Republican nomination as Ron Paul, recently told a fundraiser audience that he wouldn't allow a Muslim to serve in his cabinet. If true, that's an odd statement coming from a man whose religion has been mentioned by some as a disqualifying factor.
The source for the allegation was one Mansoor Ijaz, apparently a big fundraiser for various Democratic candidates who happened to attend a Romney event. As I read this, I wondered: Mansoor Ijaz? Where have I heard that name before?
Oh, that Mansoor Ijaz! The same Mansoor who's been cited for years as a source for the rumor that Bill Clinton turned down an offer of extradition for Bin Laden from Sudan, a rumor that Instapndit used to hawk relentlessly, and who's been cited for years by similarly inclined bloggers for the assertion that the September 11 murders occurred because of intelligence failures under the Clinton administration.
I try to limit myself to a post here every other day, and so far I've been pretty successful. Even so, if I ever get to the point where I can post dozens of times a day, I promise you this: I will never, ever, post so many times that I forget the name Mansoor Ijaz, and what it means.